Cameroon's manager Alain Jamie has accused officials of "wrong court error" in losing the Women's World Cup on Sunday in England, citing a frustration of multiple video footage while defending the players' protest from the talks. The Cameroon players looked as if they could refuse to start playing England's lead manager Phil Neville to say he was ashamed of the behavior of his opponents. that judging is "a mistake of justice."
"I will not go any further than this," said Jeff. "It's a game, it's a sport." The judge made a lot of mistakes tonight.
The loss of 3-0, which eliminates Cameroon from the World Cup, was marked by three controversial judgments for a video assistant. The first was an invitation to reward England with an indirect free kick for the 1
Cameroon players were again angry at the start of the second half when Ajara Nchout's goal was denied due to another offside VAR review. The Cameroon players reached the touchline and were visibly upset by the conversation and the game was temporarily suspended.
"[White] was ambushed," said Raisa Feodgio of Cameroon. "But the Referee did not even go to check the target, but she gave it a goal." But then our goal was forbidden, and we found ourselves in a difficult situation where most of us do not want to play. We did not want to play anymore. We just wanted the game to end. But since we played for our country, we decided to continue.
"We were really disappointed, the coach said," Do not worry, the judge wants England to win today. "Do not worry about it, your job is to represent your country, so you have to go back and play."
Dyumfa told reporters he believed the game "disappears" after the back pass is against them
"Officials wanted something else but then the girls lost some pace and we have to pull out our hat despite the judges' mistakes about their performance," he said.
Jeffa also said his players did not refuse  "It's your feeling that players have never refused to play but in the end we did not stop and refuse to play, "he said," My players were examples, and sometimes when you are in shock, you can lose your coolness.
But the players never refused to play
The English players said they were not sure why the game had been halted twice, and Neville was critical of Cameroon's behavior, and he was completely ashamed of the opposition, he said Neville – I did not like the game for this reason, except for the fact that we are in the quarterfinals and we have momentum. "All of these young girls and boys watching the game in England – we had 5, 6, 7 million people watching England play international playing against Cameroon with such behavior
"I think it's pretty sad. Look at it and blur it, and I have to tell the truth to everyone. "Neville said he was proud of his players and added that if any of his players in England behaved like Cameroon, Neville also turned to Tony Duggan's reaction after it turned out that she was spanked by a Cameroon player in the first half.
"That's pretty clear, it's unacceptable," Neville said. "I'm gonna praise Tony Duggan because it's the worst thing you can do on the pitch, and there's no room for that, and Tony worked it out fantastically, she just wiped it off and started playing football." Houghton suffered ankle injury. at the end of the match a serious challenge and her status for England's quarterfinals on Thursday with Norway is in doubt.